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    August 10, 2014
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good morning, today is sunday, august 10, 2014. racing legend tony stewart in the face of an investigation this morning after his dirt track car struck and killed another driver. look at this video. we have the breaking details all morning long. and the u.s. just conducted a fout round of attacking
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against isis in iraq. the extremists have goals far beyond the middle east that could affect you. yet another international airplane goes down, killing everyone on board. what caused this crash and all of the breaking details on that. "fox and friends" hour one starts right now. goo morning, welcome in on this somber sunday morning on "fox and friends." tragedy at the racetrack. a race car driver dead after being hit by a car driven by a friend of the show, nascar champion tony stewart. watch this video. the rest of this video, so the crash happens right there. the rest of the video is too
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graphic to show. kevin ward, jr. reportedly thrown 50 feet down the dirt track during the race in upstate new york. >> he had gotten out of his car in apparent anger of being clipped and spun around by stewart. this is amateur video shot by a spectator. it shows stewart swerving but still hitting him. >> he was pronounced dead when he arrived at the hospital. steward has been questioned and released. full any cooperating with the authorities. the investigation is currently not a criminal matter. toe know stewart eats company releasing this statem t statement. a tragic accident took place last night during a sprint cup race in which tone sni stewart was participating in.
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tony was unhurt but a fellow competitor lost his life. a lot of questions this morning. we're asking anybody at the race last night to send us your video of the incident. >> that one piece of video seeming to define a lot of the you recall coverage. if you go through the writeups this morning and online. a lot of people are jumping to the conclusion that tony stewart did this on purpose. my reading of it is it's not so clear at all what happened. >> right. and the fact that was dark. look how dark it was. it's a dirt track. he's wearing a black suit in the darkness as he comes across the track. this is not common for a race car driver to run across the track. >> and that passion and fur very that's gotten to them where they're competing at that level, the same passion can get the
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best of you. whether you're the driver behind the heavy car that's speeding at huge miles per hour or also that same passion that gets you out of the car and come into oncoming the -- >> it's a dangerous place to walk around. >> it's dangerous place to walk around. you don't want to put blame on anybody this morning. it's a tragedy any way you look at it. >> some of the blame is happening because people fired up. here's a quote from a witness who was there. he was a friend of ward, the driver that was killed. >> i know tony could see him. i know how you can see out of these cars. when tony got close to him, he hit the throttle. when you hit a throttle on a sprint car the car sets sideways. the right rear tire hit kevin, he was stuck around the car if a second or two and then throw several yards.
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tony was trying to give the message that he wasn't happy e ne ther. he went over the line with it. >> law enforcement was present after the crash and it was normally more than what would be there in a normal accident. of course the sheriff coming forward and saying no criminal intent seems to be behind this. and it was dark. >> more on this morning because tony stewart set to race this morning. or this afternoon. we'll see if he does. >> we'll get more details from this and possibly more valnt tajs. the militants are still expanding their hold on that country. we're live in washington with the latest as the president says to prepare for a long fight. what does that mean? >> we don't know how long at this point.
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u.s. air trieks are taking out their targets in iraq but are they dealing much of a setback to isis, the terrorists army that's swallowed up much of syr syria. the president has made it clear that he will not put u.s. combat troops on the ground in iraq to battle isis, he's also laying the ground work for an extensive campaign. >> yo i don't think we're going to solve this problem in weeks. this is going to take some time. iraqi security forces, in order to mount an offensive and be able to operate effect tvly with the support of populations in sunni areas. >> and the u.s. continues to air drop food, water and others. the critics are pushing the
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white house to provide military assistance to the kurds to help in their fight. >> they have aq 47s to stand up to isis through weapons we provided to the iraqi army. let's send aid to the kurds now. >> now administration argues that much of this is going to hinge on the iraqi government in baghdad getting its own house in order. back to you guys in new york. you know, terror groups come and go. it's hard to know which ones will pose a threat to the u.s. but isis is one group that could stick around and be a problem for us here at home. >> one of the desperate factors with al qaeda, everyone is trying to figure out where the head of al qaeda is, is it in syria? where is it? isis has taken to social media to rally and bring young people
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into the fold. really troubling comments from a terrorism analyst. he says that isis has a cool factor among young people, young recruits. listen to this. >> this is the most media savvy terrorist group we've ever seen. it's jihaddy cool. these guys are on facebook, on twitter. it's a big joke. they make it seem so cool to go overseas, become part of the tall pan. one more thing to remember. think of benghazi. doesn't have to be on the u.s. mainland where they strike. make no mistake, they're coming for us. >> we told you yesterday about them taking to twitter and posting pictures from 9/11 and the twin towers burning saying we're coming for you, buying hashtags, showing pictures of human heads on stakes and beheaded chris chance.
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we're trying to make this thing seem cool and they're tapping into disgruntled muslims according to this terror expert who was on june ya neen last night. >> it's hard to know how real this is but there were chilling images posted on twitter by people who claim to respect isis. a couple of them show photos of the white house and holding up his cell phone with the isis logo underneath and it said something to the effect we are here and we are coming for you. maybe this was photoshopped, maybe it wasn't. to look at sent chills up your spine. >> all the more reason to arm the kurds. >> and the lone wolf factor drawn to the internet like this. more on this coming up in the show. right now we're going to get other stories making headlines. plane crashes overnight in the capital of iran killing everyone
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on board. these are the charred remains that are left. the passenger jet reportedly crashed down moments of takeoff. the cause is still unknown. a near air tragedy, a jet blue train catching fire while taxiing just minutes before takeoff. passengers and crew members forced to evacuate the plane. it was headed to new york city from san juan puerto rico. the cause of the fire under investigation. a 17-year-old boy is under arrest this morning accused of murdering a six-year-old. she was found dead in the woods near her washington state home four days after disappearing. the unnamed suspects lived in the same mobile home park as janine. forensic evidence linked him to the crime. he's facing several charges. derek jeter, hitting another
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milestone in his farewell season. >> to third, just off field. can't make the play, base hit. >> with that hit jeter moving into six place on the all time hit list with 3,031 hits in his career. the captain getting a standing ovation from the home crowd. after the game is to be on the list with otis wall near, hank air ron and ty cob. let's check in with rick who was up late watching the supermoon. . >> where is he? >> right here. >> did we lose you? >> i always know where rick is. >> but you are right about the supermoon last night. i was out late watching it. >> didn't we just have a supermoon like last month.
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>> last month was a more supermoon. this one is not quite that super. overall the moon is still closer to the earth right now so when it's full it appears even larger. but that will slowly change. next month it will still be close to the earth and seem super. >> hurricane julio still out there but there's hawaii, there's julio and it's moving in the opposite correction. not any big concerns. still some swells that will get there today but i think the rain is not going to be a problem for that storm. we just had this stationary front that's draped across parts of the south and it's going to continue to rain later on today. this satellite radar picture looks identical to yesterday at this time. we have more rain moving across the missouri area and into kansas city. and then out across the west another dry day. we see the moisture here.
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that's what's going to creep in over the four corners this week. the pacific northwest, the chance of the dry thunderstorms. big fire danger again. >> a dry thunderstorm? >> i learn something new every week. >> every time with you. >> i like that. i'm doing my job with you. coming up on the show, leave, convert or die. that's the ultimatum given to thousands of christians in iraq. up next we're going to hear from someone who knows what it's like to live was a christian in iraq. a young boy nearly drowned while swim in a ocean. thanks to a quick thinking ten-year-old he's alive this morning. you'll meet that hero ahead.
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1.5 million, that's the number of chris chance who were in i rack before 2003. that number reduced to a mere 200,000 to 400,000. >> militants have given them the ultimatum to leave, convert or die. >> here to discuss what it's like to be a christian in iraq. you live in baghdad, what drew you there and how can you live there as an american christian? >> my wife and i moved there in the middle of the war and the last major uprising we were seeing to be a part of helping, relief and development, trying to bring comfort to the or fans there.
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>> how much more difficult has it become for you in recent months? >> it's become more difficult for everyone, muslims, christians, it's become more difficult. >> are you scared? >> we live into a city that has up until this point been relatively safe. we've lived among neighbors and people who have been hospitalable. but changing dynamics on the ground are changing life for everyone. but we continue to help as much as we can. >> we hear the reports of isis being a stone's throw from baghdad at this point. what are you hearing from your chris chance come patriots in the country and other religious organizations? >> a number of people feel te tearized. we don't know what of this is true. that's precisely the point, that they're able to create terror even through things that aren't
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true. the level of fare is ratcheted up. but there's a lot of cooperation among the mus lems across the board. mus lems are helping christians. it's not a mon lis tick thing. >> whether are the christians fleeing to. >> to erbil and baghdad. we're hearing continually about what they're undergoing. we got an e-mail this morning that andrew white is trying to buy back many of the girls that he says have been kidnapped from isis, buy them back from isis. so it's -- >> do christians in iraq feel like they can look to the u.s. government for support or help? >> you know, i's not something that i've heard a lot about, to be honest. i think that more than anything a lot of them have found a voice in the vatican and in other european countries.
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i'm not hearing negative things much about the american -- >> when christians look to the outside world to help them in iraq, they don't look to the u.s., is what you're saying? >> i'm seeing a european catholic solidarity with the community in iraq. i'm seeing a lot of christians here in american get up in arm and lend their voice to the issue. i want to see christians standing alongside all of the persecuted people of iraq. i want to see people equally up in arms about the suffering, the sunni suffering, a equally up in arms about the shia suffering. i think the christian thoing do is to stand with all of the persecuted people suffering in iraq. >> good luck. thanks for joining us. >> thank you. she was swept away from her parents ten years ago in a tsunami. the morning, the little girl
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welcome back. now for quick headlines for you. in a stunning defeat, the hawaii governor is unseated by fellow democrat in the primaries. after about an hour after the election was called, the governor conceded the race. last month president obama urged hawaiians to vote for aber com by. hope for truce between
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israel and hamas dwindles. the complete breakdown of talks comes as the israeli air strike took out another senior hamas leader. anna? >> thanks so much. this morning we're talking about reading your food labels and how do you know with all of the magic words out there are you really getting something elthy year. joining us one the assistant proves of houston. first up, let's talk organic because sometimes the labels can be misconceiving. >> you'll see a number of the products here are labelled with the term organic. and organic is a term that came from fruits and vegetables. when you think organic, that's what you think of. but now things like fruits and cereals are labeled. >> you can tell me i can have my cookie crisp, that that's
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healthier than this ancient grain blend. >> not healthier but per serving cookie crisp has more sugar and calories. so what happens when you see ancient green blend and you see it's organic, you think this has got to be healthier than cookie crisp. but if you have a big bowl, it has more sugar and calories than cookie crisp. >> it has a bit more fiber so it may fill you up. look at the entire label. next up made with real fruit juice. >> so made with real fruit, annie's bunny fruit snacks. but if you look at it's usually fruit juice, really far down on the list. even if you take something like this bunny fruit snacks summer strawberry, you expect strawberry to be in there. but there's only grape juice down the list after things like
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sugar. >> coming up, spaghetti-0s, which is better for you. >> if you look at the whole grain, it has more calories, more fat. and if you read the real fine print, it's 51% whole grain so it's a flour mix. that's why you tend to see the differences there. >> and next up gluten free. >> so gluten free, one of the huge trends these days. if you have a gluten allergy, there's a reason to do it. but here we've got a brownie mix. but if you read the nutrition information it has more sugar than the regular mix. there's in reason to think it's gluten free, it must be healthy. >> a lot of times when restaurants are taking gluten out of their products, they're having to fill it with other ingredients that are not good for you.
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>> now we have no gmo. is that bad for us? >> that's a hot topic and people get very emotional about it. so far all of the scientific research suggests therant any negative thing -- >> it sounds terrible. >> yeah, it gets you nervous. but so far there's no reason to be suspicious of gmo. we've been doing it sort of since the begik of agriculture. we've been modifying things. it's okay to be suspicious but there's no reason at this point to avoid things that are genetically modified. >> the jury is still out on it but not necessarily bad. thank you so much. appreciate your time. clayton, back in to you. well rick perry hitting the heartland last night taking a shot at obama and his lack of action on immigration. >> defend the border, mr. president. it's there. that is a constitutional
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fox news alert. the latest on the raceway tragedy in new york. police currenting investigating the death of race car driver, kevin ward, jr., the 20-year-old killed after getting out of his car being truck by tony stewart's passing vehicle. it happened right here. we won't show it to you on this video. you can look online if you want. it's too graphic for television. the investigation is not currently a criminal matter. police say sue water was completely cooperative with them and appeared to be upset about the event. they're polling and trying to get as much video as they can from people in the audience. they're trying to gather up the video evidence right now. >> this just happened. we're going to be finding out more i think as the show
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progresses. stay tuned. we'll bring you updates. meanwhile, gop heavy hitters gathered at the family hip summit in iowa, not coincidentally an early primary state. mayor main focus president obama's failures. but immigration really was the headline. they're against comprehensive immigration reform. for example, here is current texas governor rick perry on obama and the border. listen. >> we have to get washington back. >> for years we've known this was a problem. in 2010 i actually delivered to the president a letter on the tarmac in austin, texas to make sure he got it. over two years ago this president was warned that if that was not addressed there would be a deluge coming and we've seen that play out.
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we've seen that human tragedy. the message to washington and the message to the president of the united states is clear. if you will not secure the border of our county, then the state of texas will. >> and you remember it wasn't too long ago, a month or soing a, when president obama was heading down to texas and he basically wanted a photo op with rick perry on the tarmac again and the governor said no, i'm not interested in a photo op with you. you need to go to the border and see this firsthand. the president didn't end up doing that. ended up having a round table instead. >> obama blew it too. he said he sincerely wanted immigration reform which would dramatically reduce the number of people that would come here.
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a lot of republicans were for that. a lot of republican donors were for it. and because he was utterly negligent in dealing with this border crisis, the central americans coming over illegally, he turned the republican base and aare the of democrats against immigration reform. he wrecked it. >> and the obama administration saying we didn't see this coming. of course governor perry is up there in iowa saying, look, i told you about this in 2010. the writing was on the wall. >> two months ago they were divided op it and now the center of gravity has shifted. >> are you starting to see a pattern of behavior here? we've been telling you about this for months or years in this case and you're not doing anything about it. the same inaction in the middle east with isis. you think back in january the president was warned about this. and they've gained so much steam
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and now we're finally acting all in the name of a humanitarian effort. come on. >> it's not fair. he's had a lot of dinners with beyonce and played lots of golf. it's not like he's been doing nothing. >> look at the border and we've got a problem as governor perry mentioned with the gang bangers coming through and if our borders are wide open, who is going to keep isis from coming through that way. >> but again, what does it have to do with jay d and the president's golf handicap? nothing. >> we'll watch a video of him eating ice cream later on this afternoon. >> he's on vacation in martha's vineyard at the moment. let's talk about other headlines. hundreds of angry residents gather in a st. louis suburb demanding answers as an unarmed
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teenager is shot and killed by police officers. some people shouting "kill the police." 18-year-old michael brown was walking with a friend on their way to a relative's house when an officer pulled up and started questioning the two. it's not clear what led to the shooting but the witnesses say brown wasn't doing anything wrong. >> he ran for his life. they shot him and he fell. he put his arms up to let them know he was compliant and unarmed and they shot him twice more and fell to the ground and died. >> the officer is on paid administrative leigh. a massachusetts girl's quick thinking saves a young girl's life. she met four-year-old cash while playing on the beach. she said cash went into the water and moments later she saw him floating face up. without any hesitation, he rushed in to help. >> he was lying there on his back head up.
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his arms out with two toys in his arms. his face was blue and he was foaming out of his nose and mouth. i picked him up and screamed "help". >> cash started breathing and coughing up water. coming up on "fox and friends" we'll speak with colet about her brave rescue at 8:50 a.m. a 14-year-old indonesian girl reunited with her family 10 years after a deadly tsunami swept her away. a fisherman found her washed ashore on a remote island. he took her to a nearby village where he and his mother raised her. in june a person spotted the teenager and she was returned home to her parents. >> all eyes up in the sky tonight for the supermoon of the year. super, thanks for asking. it will be 31,000 miles closer to earth than any other full moon in 2014.
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appearing up to 14% bigger and 30% brighter than normal. >> that's how i look my moon. >> full moon tonight. if you snap so supermoon pick, e-mail us or share with us on twitter or facebook. >> does a supermoon cause a super storm? >> a super dry thunderstorm. >> i was jealous last night because so many people were out there with their good cameras and was already climbing in bed. >> it doesn't work with an iphone all that well. it does absolutely nothing. it will be another nice one. no, it has nothing to do with a super storm and a super troy thunderstorm. we're mixing it all up today. a pretty nice morning out there, 71 in chicago, 66 in cleveland. you're warmer than you were yesterday at this time. we're going to see some rain over the next couple of days.
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this is the accumulated ray totals between now and tuesday. you'll see rain showers across the four corners, more rain and flooding rain across the carolinas. temperature wise, though, not looking that bad. it is very hot across parts of texas today, 101 in dallas. the heat is on there. let's take you through the next couple of days. 67 in marquette tomorrow, 64 on tuesday, in dallas you're cool into the mid 90s. wednesday, everything looking good. incredibly cool temps for summer continuing, especially across the eastern hatch of the country. coming up, it's been 40 years since water gate so who really is deep throat? our next guest joins us with some shocking revelations. he was there. stay tuned for that. plus barbie has held a lot of jobs but this one may have
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hey, everybody. it's going to be a great day. we have some quick head lines for you this sunday. texas may start allowing alcohol sales at certain gun shows. announcing the proposal with restrictions that the show can't allow live ammunition or let buyers take possession of their weapons at the event. and drug smuggling barbie. the bar bee toy boxes are just decoys.
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put behind them, boxes carrying $5 million of mary jane. well, believe it or not, this week marks 40 years since richard nixon became the first and only president so far to step down from the ofl office. >> i shall resign the presidency effective by noon tomorrow. the vice president will be sworn in as president at this hour in this office. >> nixon's resignation followed the contentious water gate scandal, the details of which are still being debated today. what did nixon now and how should he be remembered. >> a former nixon campaign aid and our author is here. roger stone, an honor to be here
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with you today. john deen who was white house counsel has written i think three books on the question trying to define the way we remember water gate. how has that understanding misled the american public? >> well this latest book he's really pepprpetrating a fraud. he omits from his book the tape kmuns occasions with nixon, . the truth of the matter is it was john deen who had the water gate cased out six weeks before the break-in wibt was john deen who told goren to take a burglar team. so the real question is, what did john dean know and when did
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he know it? >> john dean of course now a darling of the american left for reasons that are very confusing. you say that nixon -- of course you worked for richard nixon. i believe you have a nixon tattoo, a very cool one. >> i do. >> you say we auought to rethin how he think about richard nixon, why? >> armed control with the soviets, desegregation of the public schools, saving the state of israel from anile yags, the clean water act, the clean air act, the first environmental protection in this country. now compare that to the leadership we have today. it's interesting to me, one of the articles of impeachment of nixon was using the irs against his political enemies which he never really did. barack obama call your office.
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>> he got a third of the black vote in 1960, won a 49 state blowout after resurrecting his career from the ashes. you know three times in the 1952 vice presidency, after crashing and burning in the presidential race and a governor's race. he came back. this is a story about resilience. the point of my tattoo really which is to remind me when you get knocked down, when you're defeated, when you're disappointed, brush yourself off. >> there's the tattoo in question. >> yes. >> it is always great to see you. thanks for coming on. coming up, the shocking ruling of the president's secretary is a homicide, 3 years after the shooting. is there a case after all of this time? the legal experts debate that. plus, a photo session they will not forget.
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welcome back. the death of former white house press secretary, james brady, ruled a homicide. he was shot in 1981. he suffered from medical issues related to the incident. would lawyers have a case against john kingly after all these years? here to debate that are heather hanson and misty maran. does the prosecution have a leg to stand on? can they go after him again and charge him with murder? >> it is a law professors dream
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and a prosecutor's nightmare. there are so many hurdle to overcome, the idea of 33 years have passed. it used to be a year and a day. if they died within a year and a day, cow bring a case. if it was longer than that, you could not. because of the changes in medicine and science, most jurisdictions have expanded that. probably, if it was just on that issue, clayton, you could bring a case on this. >> double jeopardy. what and why, this will keep him out of the courtroom? >> double jeopardy is a huge hurdle. it prevents being tried for the same crime twice. granted, it is going to be a homicide charge as opposed to assault with intent to kill. the critical elements have been decided. they would be at issue in the homicide charge. so it is going to be precluded. remember, he was acquitted of the lessor crime. that's going to preclude a prosecutor from bringing this pursuant to double jeopardy.
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>> i think double jeopardy, because it is a different crime, i think they would overcome that hurdle. there is another hurdle which missy brings up. it is the same facts. after hinckley was found insane, they went crazy and changed insanity law to make it much more difficult to prove you are insane. if he was tried today, i don't think he would be acquitted under insanity. >> not to get all history on everyone but it reminds me of the james garfield assassination attempt. he lingered for months after charles cateau shot him. it took months for him to die. the law has evolved. how has it? >> in many ways. as heather referenced, it is because technology changed. people can stay alive for a lot longer. that's why the courts are dealing with these delayed death cases. 33 years. >> people are making a big fuss about this. the reality, reagan was shot
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during the assassination attempt. no one ruled his death a homicide. here is a connection. whether it is tenuous or not would be fought in the courts. there is a connection. that is something i think the prosecutors would be able to establish. >> he is still wondering around the streets. >> that's a problem. >> misty and heather, great to see you both. coming up here on the shows. it has been three years. she was found not guilty of murdering her daughter. where is casey anthony? the man that helped prove her innocence and stand by her story to this day will join us two illegal have been deported killing one of our border agents. how many more americans will have to lose their lives before the whole process gets fixed? ge. what if this feeling could last all week? with centurylink as your trusted partner, it can. our visionary cloud infrastructure
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late last night, tony stewart's car struck and killed another driver approaching him on the track. that driver now said was furious over an earlier collision. we have all the breaking details of this ongoing investigation. >> another developing story this morning. the u.s. just conducted a fourth round of air strikes against the terror group, isis, in iraq brand new information shows they have goals to go beyond the middle east. an engagement photo session heating up but not from the soon-to-be bride and groom. mother nature making the sparks fly. is that ominous? you decide. fox friends hour 2 starts right now. welcome into "fox&friends" on this sunday morning. we are going to begin with fox news alert. tragedy at the tracks.
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a race car driver is dead after being hit by a car driven by nascar champion, tony stewart. the video will stop right before the incident. watch. >> so the rest of that video is too graphic to show. the driver right there, kevin war jr. reportedly thrown 50 feet down the dirt track. a split second later, he was hit by tony stewart's car. he got out of his car apparently furious after being spun by stewart's car. it shows stewart swerving and dragging him some distance. the 20-year-old was pronounced dead upon arriving in the
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hospital. stewart has been questioned and released, fully cooperating with authorities. the investigation is currently not a criminal matter, not a criminal matter. >> stuart haas racing, his co-owned company releasing a statement saying a tragic accident took place during a sprint car race in which tony stewart was participating. a fellow competitor lost his life. our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends. we're still attempting to sort through all the details and we appreciate your understanding during this difficult time. yet, people are rushing to judgment. coverage of this this morning is almost universal in reaching a conclusion that this was an intentional act. that this was a killing. you can judge for yourself. you can find the full video online. it is horrific. for whatever it is worth, i don't think it is at all clear that this was intentional. i don't think the video shows that. that's just one advantage. authorities are asking anybody
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that filmed this at the track to as soon as possible send in their videos. >> could tony stewart see him on the track? it was dark outside for one thing. also, you don't expect a driver to get out in the middle of all these cars coming toward them. a friend of the victim is speaking out. his name is tyler gray. he is a witness and saw the whole thing. he was sitting there. he said, i know tony could see him. i know how you can see out of these cars. when tony got close to him, he hit the throttle. when you hit a throttle, the car sets sideways. it set sidewayses. the right rear car hit kevin. kevin was sucked underneath and was stuck under it for a second or two and then it threw him about 50 yards. you never mean to do something like that. kevin was pissed and he let tony know. tony was trying to give the message back that he wasn't happy either. he went over the line with this. >> tony is a passionate racer.
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the rushing to judgment, that's what investigators are hoping not to do as they try to collect all of these different piecings of video. he is a passionate competitor. that doesn't mean he intentionally tried to hit someone. he is hit on this dark, dirt track in a black suit with all of that dust and debris and dirt being swung into the air. wearing a helmet too. you can imagine how limited your vision is to begin with. >> this is an awful story. these guys are very brave, obviously. standing in the middle of the track facing the wrong way isn't as scary to a sprint driver as it would be to the average person. it would be very risky thing to do. >> you mentioned being passionate. i remember interviewing joey logano after they had gotten into a shouting imagine. that is not anything new. here is the video of that and then logano ends up throwing a water bottle at him. they said he was acting like a little girl for doing that.
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the problem with a motor sport, if you're in baseball and you are going at it with a player and you are sliding into home, they might cleat him or do something awful but when you are behind the wheel of a race car, things are a little bit different. once again, this is not a criminal investigation at this point. >> if that changes, we will bring it to you. first, another fox news alert to bring you. the u.s. launching four new air strikes. they are still expanding their hold on that country. we are live in washington for the latest. the president says, no combat boots on the ground. doug? >> good morning, guys. the president may have been reluctant to reengage in iraq. the u.s. military is waiting very little time going after isis fighters. they are taking out isis members near the serial border.
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they have been threatened with all-out slaughter by isis. at the same time, other u.s. aircraft have been dropping relief supplies for them. the president has said there will be no u.s. combat boots on the ground in iraq. >> even without boots on the ground, you have to be very definitive. there are huge issues at stake. you have to make it clear you are out to defeat their command in control. this can be done graphically. you may have to go into assyria to do it. if it were up to me, i would be using b-52s in addition to the teams. >> how did we get to this snoint how did isis amass so much power and territoo on his way to martha's vineyard, president obama blamed, in part, the intelligence community. >> there is no doubt that they have advanced their movement over the last several months. it has been more rapid than the
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intelligence estimates and the expectations of policymakers, both in and out of iraq. >> there will be a big push now to pressure the administration to begin arming the kurds, trying to give them the resources they need to beat back ice sis. back to you guys. >> doug, live for us. reports about what it is like up in that mountain range for those folks trapped up there, water and food not arriving to them, not getting the supplies they need at this hour, even though we are doing these large pallets of food and water. many, they report, are fleeing into syria. >> when you think about dropping this food and water, it is heavy. you have no real control of where it drops and you could crush the people under it. the people that get ahold of it are then in charge of divying it out. do you think the people that need it the most, the women, children, elderly and sick, are
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they going to get it? >> one of the saddest stories to come out of the middle east, not just in iraq but also in syria and lebanon and other places in the region, the fate of the christian community. this is the cradle of christianity. christians have been there hundreds of years before muslims. they are being driven from iraq. just a few hundred thousand left. jeremy courtney is one, an american living in iraq running a christian aid organization outside baghdad. a very brave man. he joined us a minute ago. he has been among neighbors and people who have been very hospitable. changing dynamics on the ground are changing life for everyone. they are able to create so much terror, even through things that aren't true. the level of fear is ratcheted up in many places. the number of people feel very terrible. responding to the social media
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that ice isis has done. they are somehow the hip cool terrorist organization. >> he responded to a great question from tucker. where can christians turn? are they getting a response from the obama administration. >> we are so self-hating. every persecuted group around the group gets our aid but christians being murdered for being christians, that's somehow unacceptable to come to their aid. that's like ethnocentric. christians in iraq who are being murdered to their faith, turn not to the united states but instead to europe. decrepit europe is standing up and rescuing them. >> we had a reverend on the show yesterday that said that christians around the world and in the united states in
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particular need to rally together, talk to your lawmakers. pastors need to go to the pulpit and in their sermons talk about this and make everybody realize what a big issue this is and get the president to take more action. >> more on that story this morning. >> first, another airline crash. >> we have some other stories making headlines. we start with with that. a plane crashing overnight in the capital of iran killing everybody on board. at least 48 people were inside the aircraft when it hit the ground going up in flames. these are the charred remains that are left. the passenger jet reportedly crashed out moments after takeoff. the cause still unknown. a near air tragedy. a jetblue plane catching fire while taxiing. 186 passengers and six crew members forced to use the emergency slide to evacuate that plane. it was heading to new york from san juan. at least three suffering minor injuries during that emergency evacuation. the cause of the fire, under
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investigation. a 17-year-old boy is under arrest this morning accused of murdering 6-year-old janice wright. she was found dead in the woods near her washington state home four days after disappearing. the unnamed suspect lived in the same mobile home park as janice. forensic evidence has linked him to the crime. he is facing several charges. check this out. mother nature providing the perfect background for a couple's engagement photo. the photographer snapping a shot the moment after lightning strikes. after getting the perfect picture, the three ran out of there saying the storm was getting a little too close for comfort. >> he ruins it by putting his own watermark in the middle of the photo. hey, i shot this photography. >> seriously, you take a beautiful photo, rick and then you ruin it. >> when you take a beautiful photo, do you put rick wright in the middle of it. >> however, it works.
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you just called out that guy's watermark. >> it was happenstance that this amazing picture happened. >> those people are lucky that that didn't turn out as a bad picture. if you have lightning that close, a thunderstorm that close, you take cover. we have hurricane howl juli moving north of hawaii. it continues to pull up towards the northwest. there is the island. it moves away from the island. good news. not a 1-2 punch as some had thought might be happening. in the atlantic basin, which is the season we are generally used to here in the u.s., take a look at this. this is where we are in the season. this is the spike in activity. september 10th is the peak of hurricane activity. we are just heading into that most active period. that said, noah released their latest projections of what they think is going to happen. that is eastern pacific. that's not the one i want to
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show you. the atlantic season, we expect to see a slightly lower than average season. it only takes one to keep watching them. some rain showers across the southeast and heavy rain across the central plains. another rain, another 2-3 inches when that is done. >> two illegals have been reported before they killed one of our border patrol agents. how at risk are we? how many more americans will have to lose their lives before the border is security? it is terrorizing the neighborhood. residents are breathing a sigh of relief that this 12-foot python is off the street. oh. >> you are scared of that. rick wrapped himself in one of those one day on the segment.
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on thursday, a seventh defendant was indicted for the murder of brian terry. these are two other illegal alyans imported for killing an off-duty agent. is the obama administration doing anything to secure our border and protect the men and women that guard it? here to weigh in is katy pavlich. the author of "assault and frat flattery." >> good morning. >> good to see you. >> it seems like the people that protect the border and their union are very frustrated with the obama's administration's unwillingness to secure or southern border. >> they are not only frustrated with the obama administrati the
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also frustrated with 20, 30 years of nonborder security. a nonacknowledgment there are violent criminals coming across the united states border who want to do harm to not only our border patrol agents but american citizens living in our community. we often in washington, d.c. see this painted picture of everyone coming here for a better life. we have children coming here. when, in fact, we have thousands of very violent criminals with criminal records inside their home countries coming here and doing great harm and organizing criminal activity inside the united states. the man who was indicted by a grand jury this week on charges of brian terry's murder, an illegal immigrant living in the united states when he helped organize the rip crew that ended up battling brian terry and his other border patrol agents in 2010. another example when the border is not security when we have this criminal element coming across to attack our agents and
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those i have will go in the united states. >> thanks for pointing out this failure is long standing and bipartisan. we seem to spend more time paying attention to what's happening across the seas in the middle east than what's happening on our own border. why this longstanding policy of ignoring the southern border? >> because it is political. on one side, the deal is, if we secure the border, then we can talk about comprehensive immigration reform. you have people misleading about how secure that border is. the obama administration is guilty of that saying the border is more secure than every. former homeland security secretary, janet napolitano repeatedly said that. we are showing we have a very violent criminal element, not just people from mexico. serious elements of terrorism. people from the middle east exploiting that border. we have a report that hundreds are using the open border to
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gain access to the united states. so you are right. it is a very serious problem. it seems like we are not so concerned about our borders but, instead, about things going on overseas when there is a very serious threat when it comes to crism and violent activity when it comes to what's crossing that border. let's not forget, in may, the administration, under immigration and customs enforcement, released 36,000 criminal aliens with serious records, including homicide, sexual assault and other assault. >> it is bizarre. we all agree the border wall in israel worked great. we paid for a lot of it and good for us but we can't have our own. >> we reached out to the department of homeland security but haven't heard back. it has been three years since she was found not guilty of murdering her daughter. where is casey anthony today? the man that helped prove her innocence and stands by her still joins us next.
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welcome back. now, time for news by numbers. $240,000, that's how much robert wright makes for teaching just one college class. he is being called a hypocrite since many of his lectures are about income and equality. next, $80,000 worth. that's how much cocaine a honduran woman tried to smuggle into the u.s. at dull let airport. she put the drugs inside caramel candy, just like grandma used to bake.
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finely, 12 feet, that's how much this burmese python is. caught by the police in port st. lucie. residents saying the 120-pound snake has been terrorizing their neighborhood and harassing their pets. it was the case and the verdict that consumed the nation. the florida mother charged with murdering her daughter. >> i want to find caylee alive. obviously, you and your client do not. >> was casey making some sort of chloroform concoction to put her daughter to sleep so she could go party? >> somewhere out there, the devil is dancing tonight. >> the summer marks three years since casey anthony was found not guilty, if you will remember, of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, caylee. since then, she has been living her life in hiding. our next guest helped prove her innocence and he stands by her
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today. he is one of casey anthony's lawyers. how prosecutors and the media conspire against the accused. mason, good morning, thanks for joining us. >> good morning to you. >> she is in hiding today but can you give us any more than that? >> kell, casey is not necessarily in hiding. it is not like she is hiding behind draperies and doors. she is in a protected location where people don't know where she is. unfortunately, even today, there are still too many people that don't have any value in our constitution and want to reign in abuse of power and still try to accuse her of that which she has been acquitted of. she is afraid to go outside where people can confront her and continue to threaten her. >> you say she is living with a friend and doing clerical work for a job. you say that there are people out there who, you know, are not
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respecting our justice system. did our justice system work or did it fail in this instance? did casey anthony not murder caylee? do you believe the story that you painted for the jury? >> i have no question in my mind after 43 years of trying homicide cases she did not kill her daughter. the system did work. the jurors found her not guilty. they did it in a fairly quick time, about 11 hours of deliberation after two months of trial. the system works when the law is valued by our citizens. when people choose to ignore the constitution and just say, oh, well, i know better than the jury that heard the case, then those people need to go to school. >> you point your finger at people who think they do know better than the jury and you blame the media in a lot of respects. give us a couple of examples from things that you say the media sensationalized. >> from the very beginning of
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the investigation, the local media made it their business to have headline news every day on the case against casey and would make things up to make it look like she was obviously guilty. the people wanting to kowtow to the media did the same thing. we had the attorney general on the state of florida go on national tv to proclaim that the evidence against casey was overwhelming and she would be convicted. how outrageous and incompetent was that? she had no business doing that. it was unethical to do it. we had newscasts every day creating things that didn't happen. a local television show creating a picture of a heart-shaped sticker on duct tape that was never there. they took two different things and put them together. as the judge let an anthropologist do it in the trial separately. when people try to create the
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news rather than report on it. >> a lot of people did watch it unfold. they didn't just watch the commentary. they may disagree with you. you were right there and saw everything firsthand. >> you can read the book "justice in america." let us know what you think. did the justice system work and was the media and the prosecution conspiring against casey anthony? cheney mason, thanks so much for your time? >> you're welcome. a close call for a sea plane. >> whoa. >> out of a movie. why there is now full investigation underway as you could imagine. it was one of the most anticipated movies of the summer. is the new ninja turtle film worth your hard-earned cash or did michael bayh ruin another childhood memory for me. kevin mccarthy is in. he will join us next. ♪
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this is my dog. she is lazy. how lazy is she? pretty lazy lazy dog refuses to move. the owner rescued the pickup and quickly learned, she loves to lie down, all the time. >> are you sure that is not rigor mortis. >> her best trick is playing dead. >> she is just playing dead. >> which dog loves that? >> dave. we have other stories making headlines we want to tell you about. an orthodox jewish rabbi shot and killed. two men approached him on the street when he was visiting family in miami. one of the men pulled a gun and shot him in broad daylight. they are still searching for the men but believe it may have been a robbery gone wrong. the 60-year-old was airlifted to a hospital where he later died. banic on a florida beach when a 9-year-old girl is bitten
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by a shark. she was standing in knee-deep water surrounded by other swimmers when the shark bit her right foot. the attack making other swimmers nervous as this is the third shark bite in the last week on cocoa beach. >> she was here, right next to her. >> it was scary. that could have been me. >> rescuers saying the girl was very brave and is expected to be just fine. we are going to have sharks live on the plaza at our 9:00 hour. the shark was doing some work. a sea plane pilot terrifies onlookers, barely missing a bridge. it was all caught on camera. >> whoa! >> the footage showing the plane caking off from the ottawa river in canada. people on the shore watched and witnesses saying they thought he was headed straight for the bridge. luckily, the plane flew under
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the bridge safely. the government agency transport, canada, now looking into the reckless incident. >> reckless, or spot-on awesome. let's talk football. johnny manziel making his big nfl debut. the clooefeveland crowd giving a welcome. he completed seven for 11 passes, a total of 63 yards. they don't play for very long. he did put his feet to work, rushing six times for 27 yards. manziel says the night was, quote, a good start. pre-season football starts. those are your headlines. let's check in with rick standing by. an update on the national world. >> reporter: that is a very exciting time when football starts. you know what that means? >> the summer is almost over. we are trying to fight back
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against the summer naysayers. it is only august 10th. >> it has been a mild summer. >> a take a look at the weather map and show you what's going on this morning. an amazing picture sent to me from arizona, eager, the white mountains of arizona. so a rainbow. 67 degrees. up to 86 today. a slight chance of a thunderstorm. better chance tomorrow. mormon soon activity going in. put them on my facebook page, keep sending pictures. here is your forecast across the northeast. another spectacular summer day. enjoy it, because it is about as nice as it gets. down to the southeast, this is where we will see some more showers. it is certainly more humid and hotter in the day. we will see those thunderstorms fire again. in the central planes. less of a chance of severe weather. we are seeing some rain showers, specially this morning across
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the missouri river area, down towards kansas city and eventually down towards missouri and out across areas of the west, warm, dryer today. the moisture returns tomorrow. unfortunately, the threat for some thunderstorms, dry thunderstorms, in the pacific northwest. that means the threat for fire is continuing. all right, guys, send it back to you inside. >> thanks a million. we see the devastation that tornadoes can bring. now, a new movie brings the terror of being inside a tornado to the big screen. watch. >> that's a scene from "into the storm." to tell us if it is worth the scare and the money. here we have the great kevin
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mccarthy. >> good morning. how are you doing today? is it better than twister? >> i cannot believe "twister" was 18 years ago. i still have my original "twister" ticket stub. that cow scene in the original film is so iconic they pay ohmage to that in this film. you have a superstorm hitting a small town in oklahoma. it is all about the people trying to survive it. it is all documented. it is really cool to watch. the problem with this film is, you cannot go in expecting a good script. the script, the dialogue, the story and the acting are all absolutely horrible. it's one of those films where you just turn your brain off. you turn your brain off and have fun with it. it is 85 minutes long. the special effects are great. they use a lot of practical effects. they had a 145-mile-per-hour wind machine. they were flying people around
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on wires. i would give it a 3 out of 5. do not expect an academy award-winning script. it is fun to watch. >> you still have your ticket stub from "twister" do you still have your ninja turtle bed sheets? >> of course, i do. i had pajamas as a kid, bet shee sheets, everything. this movie is on track to make $65 million as a reboot of the franchise from the comic books. april o'neill played by megan fox in the film ends up with a turtle. the movie itself, again, not the greatest script on the planet. michael bay produced it. the movie itself is a lot of fun, specially if you are a fan of turtles and you grew up on them. i will give it one big criticism. i am a big fan of strong
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female-led action movies. they give megan fox a really good first half. she is a strong relentless female character and the second half, they turn her into a damsel in distress. i wanted more from her being awesome on camera. it is a fun movie to watch. i give it a 3 out of 5. a lot of parents are asking me, is it appropriate for children? it is pg-13. if you are 8 and up, i think you will have fun with it. i gave it a 3 out of 5. >> a lot of shutting off of your brain for movies this weekend. >> france formetransformers was best. >> there is nothing wrong with having teenage mutant ninja turtles
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some quick headlines for you. actors, david duchovny and tea leoni starring in the real life "x" files. >> this thing exists. the government knows about it. i have to know what they are protecting. >> that's not x files the tv show. it is a pun. the couple is getting a divorce, ending 17 years of marriage.
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papers filed in june citing an ir retrievable breakdown. beyonce trying to put divorce rumors to rest posting this photo with a team carter jersey. her response to them saying her marriage is on the rocks reminding them she is still jay-z's mrs. carter. >> i find a snack pack in here, old pizza. the fox & friends area. we are hear to clean up some condiments confusion. very often, we don't know, do we put the catsup in the refrigerator or in the cupboard? we don't want it to take up some space. >> the tomato catsup goes in the refrigerator and it is going to last for two months, no the in the cupboard or you will have to use it up in a couple of weeks. >> you buy it on a shelf.
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so that's after you open it? >> yes. >> let's stick it in there. >> next up, mayonnaise. >> it is really made of cracked eggs. you want to put that in the refrigerator once it is opened, about three months as well. >> so i suspect a lot of people have these condiments sitting in their refrigerator for six months to a year. you want to throw those out. >> next up, jam or jelly. >> i would say put this in the refrigerator. otherwise, you are going to get ants over it. think about how often you have opened up the jam. about three months for that one as well. >> specially if you have some residue or something on the spoon that goes in there. definitely put that in the refrigerator. >> and we've got our kosher dilldill pickles. >> cucumbers you would naturally
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refrigerate. pickles, two months in the refrigerator. >> so if you put the jar in before you open it, it gets really hard to open. you have to get a man in your life to open it for you. >> that can be a good thing. >> this has got a preservative in it. this is going to last longer. keep it in the refrigerator for six months. once it is open, you could keep it in the cupboard. you have three months. six months for that one. next up, we have mustard. >> mustard is made of vinegar. it has got a preservative. that's a natural preservative. this in the refrigerator about two months. this one out. >> this is getting really crowded in here. >> our refrigerator is bigger than our cupboard space. this is not in the refrigerator. that is going to congeal. we think about, what are these products made of. peanuts, you don't put those in the refrigerator. >> there is a real trend on doing cash u butter and natural
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peanut butter and they say you should put that in the refrigerator. >> you don't need to. when you do that, it gets really hard. >> you are using way too much. >> you have the issue of eating too much. >> how about tobasco. >> salt, vinegar and peppers, that can stay out for probably about six months. >> thank you for clearing up the condiments confusion. the founder of food coach nyc. thanks. tucker is busy hiding his mayonnaise. coming up here on the show, the new v.a. secretary now saying he will fix the mess. but is it too little too late? can the mess really be fixed? it is the biggest reason people don't lock up their guns. what if i need it in an emergency. the man that says that's no excuse. he is here to prove all of that coming up.
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welcome back. this past week on "fox & friends," we have seen what can happen when a gun is left laying around for kids. the biggest reason, people don't lock up thure guns, what if i need it in an emergency? the man who says that absolutely is no excuse is here to prove it. join us is the lead instructor at ice firearms and self-defense training, omari broussard. nice to see you. >> thank you very much, clayton. >> that's the number one excuse. >> yes. a lot of times we hear i don't want to have it locked up because what if i need to get to it. so we have a few options we can discuss. >> it is a valid concern, right? the time it takes you to hear someone breaking in, you're up in bed at night, are you going to keep it downstairs, you go downstairs above an armoire or something, pull it down, load
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it, by that time, someone is already upon you. >> could be possible. but, you know, with the way technology is now with quick acting safes, different boxes, there are options people can use that can prevent unauthorized users from getting to the gun, but also help them get to the gun quicker and be safe. >> check out the studio with a bit of, like, a bedroom scene here. what this might look like. first, we'll do a little demonstration on how long it takes to go icloset, grab the gun, get it set up and load it. we put a number up here on the clock, a clock up on the screen, and we're going to test this. so i'm going to get out of your way. >> okay. and go. >> coming in the closet here. >> someone has broken into your house. >> yeah. take the box out, set it down. open it, load it, rack it, get to a phone. dial 911. >> call 911 and aiming it. how long was that? i missed the time. 15? 13 seconds for that. >> okay. >> so that's unloaded gun if you know where it is right in your
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bedroom. >> yep. in the closet, there is another option of having it in -- in a night stand, right next to the bed. but in this next scenario we have a safe. >> a safe. >> so we'll put this back in here. >> a fast acting safe. what exactly is this? >> a quick acting safe basically -- i'll show what it looks like, basically what we have is a gun vault, quick acting safe, has four buttons for a combo and keep this secure from unauthorized users. >> put it back in here. so we'll get the clock back up on the screen. we have it there. you're in bed. someone breaks into your house, you hear that, and go. >> wake up. press the button. open. load. wrack. pick up the phone. ready to go. >> so ten seconds instead of 13 or 14 seconds to get there. so where can people get these quick acting safes? >> you can order gun vault makes quick acting safe, you can order them online, get them at gun stores all over the country.
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>> how safe are they? a kid opens that drawer and decides to start playing with it? >> like with anything, we make compromises, right? so it would take longer for a child -- a friend of mine in our community says if you're worried about a child getting in your safe to get your gun, you have a lot of other things to worry about. compared to the other options, as far as having the gun separated from the ammo and, you know, having the gun and ammo in two different places, the time it takes to do that, having a good quick acting safe near the bed is a good compromise. >> fascinating. omari broussard, lead instructor at ice training, good to see you this morning. >> appreciate it. coming up on the show, the president authorizing air strikes in iraq. is it all about politics? chris wallace will join us at the top of the hour. it is a modern day baby monitor that can detect just about anything, but is it making parents less accountable for their kids? a parent panel weighs in on that next.
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and medicare plans. hello and good morning. today is sunday, the 10th of august, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. tony stewart's dirt track car struck and killed another driver approaching him on the track. that driver now dead. now new details that driver was furious over an earlier collision. we hear from a nascar insider straight ahead. another developing story this morning, the u.s. just conducted a fourth round of air strikes against a terror group isis in iraq. the brand-new information this morning shows extremists have goals that go far beyond the middle east and may include this country. and you hear this debate all the time, women can't have it all. but how about men? the top ceo stepping down from his job because he says he can't do it. what do you think? we'll have the debate straight
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ahead. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. well, good morning. happy sunday morning. 8:00 on the east coast. we begin with a fox news alert, a shocking story. race car driver dead in new york state after being hit by a car driven by nascar champion tony stewart last night. >> the 20-year-old driver kevin ward jr. killed after getting out of his car, running over towards tony stewart's car as it was passing by. he had been trying to flag stewart down for clipping his race car and ending his race that night. >> new video shows ward's crew on the racetrack shortly after the accident. police say the investigation is not currently a criminal matter. not currently a criminal matter. according to stewart's manager, he'll be participating in a scheduled nascar event later today, despite the deadly event last night. nascar insider bob dillner just
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spoke to the team inside the nascar garage and joins us by phone with the very latest. thank you for being with us. >> no problem, good morning. >> what is the tone? what a tragedy. can't imagine the way tony stewart must be feeling this morning. >> tony stewart is an emotional guy. a lot of people think he's rough with his persona, but tony stewart is a guy that cares about racing and i'm sure, you know, definitely shaken by this. the crew this morning, they're in the garage area, they got it together inside their transporter this morning for the 14 team and i was told they were, you know, just issued exactly what happened last night and how they were to go about their day. and the car was uncovered. tony stewart's helmet was put on top, business as usual in terms of tony stewart will be in the car today. we have five races to go until we get to our playoffs. that's what we know this
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morning, the car is being prepared in the garage area, just walked out and spoke to some of the team members. >> to be clear, tony stewart is racing today? how could that be? are you sure that's going to happen? >> well, we're awaiting some official word from tony stewart. we do not know whether or not he's going to make an official statement here today. we're still waiting on the official statement and don't know if nascar is going to make one either. but all indications are team representatives, several of them, told me here today that tony stewart is planning to race inside his 14 car. >> you can imagine emotions pretty high right now. what is the mood like from the kevin ward side of things and his crew this morning. what are they saying? what are you hearing? >> there is a print car team. we have to remember that nascar is one thing, that's the big leagues of racing. that was a print car race last night held at the speedway in new york. unfortunately none of us here at this racetrack have been able to speak with any of the family or
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the crew members of that team. we all send out our thoughts and prayers because we're all united, we're one racing family. we're thinking of them this morning. unfortunate circumstance last night that led to all of this happening. and no word obviously from us here at nascar. >> unfortunate is probably an understatement, a man died. there has been a lot of allegations flying back and forth, you probably haven't had time to read about it online. but a lot of people alleging this was intentional. what do you know about what happened? >> well, i do know from speaking to several crew members that were at the racetrack last night that tony was running well and coming up through the field. he and kevin ward had an incident on the racetrack. kevin ward crashed. his car came to a stop. and he got out of the race car and was visibly upset. several people -- we have seen the video that was posted on youtube last night of what
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happened. and a horrific video. and he went to confront tony stewart as tony stewart was driving his car around the racetrack. and stewart's car hit ward. and that's what we do know. i spoke to crew members about it last night and that's what we know this morning. >> there is obviously some -- as tuck weaer was mentioning, ther some allegations flying fast and furiously. here is a quote from tyler graves, a witness there, he's a friend of ward's. i want to read this and get this response to it. i said i know tony could see him. i know how you can see out of these cars and when tony got close to him, he hit the throttle. when you hit a throttle on a sprint car, the car sets sideways. it set sideways. the right rear tire hit kevin. kevin was sucked underneath and was stuck under for a second or two and then was thrown for 50 yards.
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kevin was -- and let tony know. he went over the line with it. what do you make of that comment? >> i don't completely agree. and this is just my personal opinion. we have seen racers get aggravated and approach another car. and if you think about it, the person is coming at you and you're inside a race car, your first instinct is to get away. and that could be to turn left. and to hit the gas. and it is my belief that that was what tony stewart, nascar champion, was trying to do last night. he hit the gas, he turned left if you look at that video, and he was trying to get away from a driver that was visibly upset. and i do not believe that there was any intent whatsoever on the behalf of tony stewart. >> bob it a dangerous sport and all of us on the couch and people at home, most of us don't have experience knowing what it is like to maneuver a car like this. doesn't maneuver the way a normal compact car, suv or something that we're used to driving.
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so it is hard for us to relate to this. but there are some people who think that he didn't mean to kill him, but he meant to give him a little nudge and that's what we're getting on facebook and twitter and it is hard to think about anything that way. but it is a game of passion. we have seen tony stewart get passionate and get into a shoving match with other people like joey logano, we showed the video of that. you don't want to jump to any conclusions. there is no criminal investigation going on at this point. did he mean to do something? is there any merit to what some people are alleging? >> just knowing tony stewart, i do not believe that, you know, with a driver physically walking towards his race car that he meant anything by what happened last night. tony stewart has gotten into it with bobby gordon back in the day, with joey logano just last year, but i do not believe knowing tony and his, you know, his thoughts toward the sport that any of that was going through his mind whatsoever.
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i believe it was an accident when he hit the throttle, that car jerked sideways a little bit, i believe he turned the wheel to the left a little bit, you can see the front tires do that, i believe he was trying to get away from that driver who was mad because the two of them got into an incident on the racetrack. we see this not only in the big leagues of nascar, but we see things like this a lot on the short tracks, the minor leagues, if you will, of racing across the country all the time. it is a highly emotional sport. and i think that's what we saw last night. >> bob, we want to read you a statement from stewart, stewart owned company released a statement on this. a tragic accident took place last night during a sprint car race in which tony stewart was participating. tony was unhurt but a fellow competitor lost his life. our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends. we're sorting out the details and we appreciate your understanding during this difficult time. bob, great talking with you this morning. bob is a 15-year veteran of motorsports. >> thanks, bob. >> thanks, bob.
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>> i got to say, if he's really racing today, i'm shocked by that. >> i don't know how you -- >> personally, i don't know how you get back out on the track after something like that. another fox news alert. u.s. launching four air strikes on islamic militants in iraq. expanding their push north and doug is live in washington. >> there is two parts to this mission in iraq, taking out isis targets and providing relief to thousands of iraqis trapped on a mountain and threatened with slaughter. u.s. fighter jets and drones have hit isis fighters near senjar mountain where residents of the sect have sought shelter. and water, food and other supplies are being dropped to stave off starvation. president obama said protecting them is just first step. >> the next step, which is going to be complicated logistically
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is how do we give safe passage for people down from the mountain and where can we ultimately relocate them so that they are safe. >> and the president blamed the intelligence community for failing to foresee the rapid rise of isis. some say the administration needs to do more to help the kurds bring the fight to isis. >> they have ak-47s standing up to weapons that we provided isis through the iraqi army. abrams tanks, apc, artillery, missiles, antiaircraft missiles and mortars. let's send aid to the kurds now. >> because while the strikes against isis seem to be taking out their targets, they may do little to stop them the momentum of what has become a terrorist army. back to you guys. >> thanks for that. >> thanks, doug. other stories making headlines this sunday, it could have been a disaster in the air.
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a jetblue plane catches fire while taxiing minutes before takeoff. 186 passengers and six crew members forced to use the emergency slide to evacuate that plane. it was heading to new york city from san juan, puerto rico. at least three people suffered minor injuries. the cause of the fire under investigation. a 17-year-old boy is under arrest this morning accused of murdering 6-year-old janise wright. she was found dead in the woods four days after disappearing. the unnamed suspect lived in the same mobile home park. forensic evidence reportedly linked him to the crime. he's now facing several charges. an opportunity we can't miss. newly appointed secretary of veterans affairs touting the sweeping changes to the troubled agency, speaking in front of the convention, mcdonnell praised the law signed by president obama. the group says they look forward
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to working with mcdonnell to strengthening the va. all the eyes in the sky tonight for the most super, super moon of the year. >> super. >> super. it will be 31,000 miles closer to earth than any other full moon in 2014 appearing. just 14% bigger between 14 and 30% bigger than normal. if you snap an epic super, super moon picture, just show us. check this out. the statue of liberty. e-mail us or share with us on twitter or facebook. >> unlike most of the morning shows, we want to see your super moon. >> super super moon. >> w other shows? coming up on the show, more on one of your top stories, the president authorizing air strikes in iraq. but is it all really just about politics? chris wallace weighs in on that next. and then a mysterious sight in the sky. what caused this halo around an american airlines jet? we'll have more. stay tuned.
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we're watching four more air strikes on isis militants in iraq today as president obama says to prepare for a long fight there. but will this strategy work to stop the terror or is it a political move by the president to make it look like he's doing something in iraq? joining us now to discuss all of this is the host of "fox news sunday" chris wallace. nice to see you this morning. >> good to be with you guys. >> so the president yesterday before he left for martha's vineyard left it open -- an open ended military mission there, whether or not we would -- the air strikes would continue
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indefinitely. what are you hearing in washington? what is the stomach for a protracted military mission right now in iraq? >> well, you know, the president is in an interesting spot. on the one hand, there are a lot of republicans who think that he's not doing enough, he needs to get more involved, that this is just simply a contained isis and what the president should be involved in and u.s. air force should be involved in. it is actually rolling them back up. on the other hand, you have a lot of liberal democrats concerned exactly about the phrase you mentioned, open ended, because the president said this is not going to take weeks. it is going to take months. it is going to be, his words, a long-term project. they're concerned about that being an open ended commitment. >> i notice, chris, elizabeth warren, getting to your point about democrats, very liberal democratic senator from massachusetts, came out in support of the president's military efforts in iraq. is he hearing in public? have any democrats broken in public with him on this question? >> well, yeah.
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richard blumeblumenthal talked the open ended commitment. i think that is a concern, you know. we got out, and you hear talk also barbara lee, congresswoman from california talking about a slippery slope. it is not loud yet. remember, congress isn't even in washington, they're on their month long recess, but there is concern from the left about the idea of being involved in iraq at all. >> chris, who do you have coming up on the show today? >> we're going to try to break this down in depth. one of the big questions, of course, is, you know, he's doing something, but is it enough to accomplish anything meaningful when you're striking one convoy at a time, one artillery unit at a time. we'll break it down and have two key senators on the show, lindsey graham, republican, who thinks that it is not nearly enough. democrat ben cardin, the senate foreign relations committee. don't really know what he thinks yet. we'll hear from him. we'll also have senator -- or former general retired four star
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general jack keen will give us a chalk talk at the map and break down exactly where isis is in northern iraq and also where these air strikes have been and whether he thinks they can be effective in accomplishing anything meaningful on the battlefield. >> knows the surge very, very well inside and out. chris wallace, great to see you this morning. >> thanks, chris. >> you bet. thanks, guys. still ahead, hypocrisy alert, form clinton aid lectures on greed. wait until you hear how much money he's raking in by teaching a single class. you would want that job. but only he has it. plus, most of the focus is usually on working mothers. what about fathers? can they really have it all? one male ceo says no. our parent panel here to weigh in next. there's a reason no one says
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credit for trying to balance career and family. max sheerman posted on his blog he was doe moati demoting himse having it all is impossible, he wrote. are sacrifices of fathers being overlooked? let's ask a trio of parents. james briscone is a chef with the couples kitchen. and david swartz is an attorney. all parents. nice to see all of you this morning. i'll start with you, david. what was your response when you heard max's blog post, can dads have it all or is he blowing hot air? >> i think that's an extreme example. i was thinking about it in my own life and how hard it is to balance everything between children and work. but the idea of raising a family in california and being a ceo in new york, the demanding schedule of those two concepts, it is almost impossible to be a dad and be a ceo in new york.
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>> woe is me. a ceo of a company, he can fly back on a private jet, woe is me. >> exactly. i really appreciate the point he's raising. being a parent is a full time job. and clearly being a ceo or any other -- anything else is a full time job, but he raised a great point but ceo to vp with all the new found time, has he fired his nanny or housekeeper, is he doing all the work around the house now? >> liz, will you be the only one that defends him? >> this is his choice. this is what he chose to do. he was in a position financially to do this. a lot of men don't have that fortune, good fortune, and don't have that option. they have to stay where they are because they need to provide for their family or for whatever it may be. i think it was had his choice, he decided to do this. i think we can't fault him for that. he decided to take a step down so he could be with his family more often and i think that again it was his decision and i guess him and his wife spoke about it and they figured out financially that they could do
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this. and i guess, again, it was his decision to do this. >> didn't mention what he was doing with his salary. >> exactly. take a pay cut. and, david, you know, as an attorney, busy guy, two kids at home. do you find you can't have it all? you can't have this life, this enjoyable life? >> constantly making decisions. there is meetings, important court dates, important things going on in my business life, but then the kids are just as important. and you have -- more important, and you have to balance the two. and constantly i'm compromising business to be there with my children. >> let's talk food. we talk food. as the chef here on the set, i have to get the take on the next story. americans eat breakfast alone 60% of the time and lunch, 55% of the time. we're increasingly eating alone. why? what is going on? >> we have got to stop and take the time. we have got to -- this is one of the rules in our house and this is something my wife who is, you know, amazing cook herself and is usually the one making dinner
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for us, because i'm at work, take the time at the end of the day, sit down, put all the devices away, connect. i think nowadays so many people are eating with their friends, on the computer, on their phones, and staring at a screen rather than connecting with the people around them. >> as a mom of three children, also my husband and i are both working, full time, we make a very conscious effort every sunday to figure out the week ahead. it sounds crazy. we sit down with our calendar and say this is the days of the week i'll be home with the kids or you'll be home with the kids, we know that. also breakfast time in our home, we make a conscious effort to eat breakfast together. tv is off, computer is down. mom, you're so mean, mom, you're such a witch, whatever it may be, i don't care, we need time to connect, time to be together. i get things out of them i would never get before and we're talking to each other and learning how to have a conversation as a family. >> i want to get your take on
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this, from the law side, you're used to dealing with ankle bracelets. >> not me personally. >> not you personally. i see this new ankle bracelet for babies called sproutling. is it making parents less accountable. it can measure all sorts of things. it tracks light, noise, temperature in the nursery, heart rate, sleep position. what about parenting? do we have to rely on these things? >> i hope it is not making parents less liable, but the bottom line is i'm in favor of all technology. i remember how nerve wracking it was to be the parent of a baby and being -- and running up to the room every few minutes, they were too quiet, not making any noises. i like the technology. i like as much information as possible. >> i worry about the parent who is going to roll over and check their smartphone instead of going and walking over to the crib and sticking their finger under their nose, are they still breathing. >> i may be guilty of this. these are things we did as parents. go touch your kid.
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how are they doing? >> i'm mixed. on one side, i agree with you, i think technology is great, i think it is wonderful. at the same time, i think parents may be parents. especially new parents, first time parents, they need to know what is going on. they can't just rely on a computer to tell me my baby is going to wake up and wake up happy in ten minutes. >> i wouldn't trust it. even if i had it, i would look at it and be like, i don't know if that's right. let me go see. >> i think that as parents we need to be present. >> liz, james and david, great to see all of you. go back to being parents. >> okay. >> coming up, panic on a crowded florida beach when a 9-year-old girl bitten by a shark, she was only in knee deep water at the time. see how she's doing this morning. we'll find out. and how is this for breakfast? a doughnut with cheese. the doughnut cheesesteak burger. stick around. hi kitty. [ male announcer ] you know that guy
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welcome back to the show. take a look at this. new footage from the classic film "forest gump." >> his daddy is named forest too. >> you're his daddy. >> let's listen for it.
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>> look at me. let me tell you something. >> is it in color? is that the difference? >> no, it is tom hanks' now iconic southern drawl nowhere to be found in the rehearsal footage. hanks was already offered the role and the new clips look to be screen tests for robin wright and haley joel osment at the time. >> you're his daddy. >> we don't hear -- >> have you ever seen -- he doesn't talk in this. rehearsing it. but take our word for it. have you ever seen the amazing footage if you can. go look it up. it is with eric stoltz. he was to play marty mcfly in "back to the future" before michael j. fox. and they shot almost like the whole movie with him and it was terrible. so they reshot it with michael j. fox and it is one of the greatest movies of all time. when you watch the old screen test, sitting at the bar in the 1950s cafe and you look at him, and you're, like, that is so
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bizarre. >> they should not be releasing screen tests. can you imagine how embarrassing that would be. >> can you remember our first screen test? >> no. pre youtube, thank god. other headlines to tell you about. panic on a crowded florida beach when a 9-year-old girl is bitten by a shark. the girl was standing in knee deep water surrounded by other swimmers when the shark bit her right foot. the attack making other swimmers nervous as this is the third shark bite on the -- in just the last week on coco beach. >> i was here. she was here. i was right next to her. >> it was scary. that could have been me. >> rescuers saying the girl was very brave and is expected to be just fine. in preparation for shark week, we have live sharks on the plaza next hour. and ex-clinton official is preaching about income inequality all while making $240,000 for teaching just one class. former labor secretary robert reich is now a professor of
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public policy. he admits there is, quote, little or no relationship between someone's worth and their pay. people are calling him hypocritical since he makes nearly a quarter of a million dollars teaching just a single class. >> who would say that? beautiful image tweeted out by american airlines shows a midair phenomenon called the pilots halo or glory. it is generating a whole lot of buzz. scientists are not sure what causes the glories to appear. aviation experts think conditions have to be just right and the rings are formed by water drops. >> these occur in the morning? just asking. i want to know. morning dew. >> okay. one yankee fan learning the hard way there is always someone younger and cuter. tucker just got it. this young fan thought he was getting the souvenir ball until jeter spots a woman with a baby standing behind him and instead
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of handing him the ball, it goes straight to the adorable baby. >> aw. poor little kid. it is a matter of triage. i don't know. give it to a little boy or a baby? come on. not tough. >> you can't give out -- he wants to give out 30 balls. >> is that what you want to do? >> the yankees would be broke. they have no money. how are they going to afford to give out 30 balls. standing outside -- >> we're all worried about that. >> exactly. >> the poorest team in baseball. >> big crowd, guys, out here, because there is food. which we're going to talk about in a second. some interesting food. so right now let's talk about the weather. then the food. take a look at the weather maps. we'll show you what's going on this morning. we have got pretty nice morning for almost everybody. still hot down across areas of texas. that's going to be the warm little hot spot today. heat advisory in effect. aside from that, very comfortable morning. anywhere around the great lakes into the northeast, another
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spectacular day. humidity is low and we're going to be seeing just some rain showers down across the southeast. but we have some heavier rain falling across the central plains, nebraska, kansas, heading into parts of iowa and missouri. that rain will not be severe today. that's the good news. down across the southwest, monsoon activity is going to be coming back in. fortunately this week. today, a little dryer. each day, the rain will increase. all right, so, you know, every once in a while we do burgers and we do weird things with food. now, we want the cronut to move over. there is a new craze. it is taking a doughnut and then cheese and cheesesteak and a burger and all of this, pyc, a restaurant in philly, tommy hupp and kim malcolm. you do creative burgers, but this one is a little odd. >> kim and i, we said, kim, we're from philly, we love cheesesteaks, we live and
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breathe the cheesesteak, we love doughnuts, and we're a burger place. a lot of crazy doughnuts. >> just because you love all those things separately doesn't necessarily mean it is meant to go together. >> we try lots of things. this combination with the doughnut -- >> how do you grill it? >> yes, and then we serve it, when you touch it, you're not touching the glaze. >> that's good. okay. and then just your regular philly cheesesteak. >> with onions. >> and a cheeseburger. >> a cheeseburger with cheddar cheese and cheese wiz. >> that's the secret ingredient. >> it turns into this? >> yes. >> this seems like ohio state fair food or something, which, by the way, i've had one of these at the ohio state fair. but the other side out, it was a horrible mess. >> we're here to catch. we're good. that looks great. it is pretty good. >> it is pretty good. >> really good. >> it is really good.
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i'm going to eat the rest of this, believe it or not. >> i believe it. >> nice job. >> thank you. >> how do people find you? >> pytburger.com, we'll be opening in new york locations immine imminently. get a doughnut, cheesesteak, burger, whatever you want. >> i see changes coming to you with the leg injury now. >> boston 2015. >> we'll check in with him in november. militants telling them to leave, convert or be killed. christians in iraq forced out of their homes, are air strikes enough to help the innocent people? are we trying to help them? father jonathan morris joins us next. swept away from her parents ten years ago with a tsunami. this morning, that little girl back in their arms. the amazing story you've got to hear. when folks think about what they get from alaska,
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44 minutes past the hour. quick headlines for you. summer ruined for 127 high school students after new york city's department of education lost their state exams. they're being forced to retake the tests this month. at least eight seniors can't graduate until they have their results. they thought she was lost forever. a 14-year-old indonesian girl reunited with her family ten years after that 2004 deadly tsunami swept her away. she says fishermen found her and raised her with his mother. the family member spotted the teen in june, she was returned to her parents. food and water to thousands
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of refugees stranded on a mountaintop in iraq. >> this one month after they were driven from their homes and told to leave, convert or die. so is it too little too late and should the u.s. have gone in and stepped up sooner? here to discuss this, fox news religion contributor father jonathan morris. we have a gentleman who runs a christian aid group who lives full time in iraq on the show earlier. and tucker asked who were they looking to help from, the united states, europe, somewhere else in the world. and the gentleman said europe. you have an update on what pope francis has done. >> it has been fascinating to watch over the last six weeks. nobody is saying anything. we didn't hear anything from the white house for so long. we didn't hear anything from europe, to your point, for so long. and we say what is going to solve the issue? well, interestingly enough, as you brought up pope francis, he was talking for a long time about giving humanitarian aid, thank god we have begun to do that and president obama deserves credit for that, way too late, but he's begun to do
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it. but then pope francis also said and recently yesterday he sent out a tweet that said, the international community has a responsibility to protect the religious minorities in iraq. how do you protect against terrorists? well, you either expel them somehow, you either eliminate them somehow. or you hope they convert somehow. that's not happening very quickly. the last, the conversion part. how do you protect these religious communitys? the answer, i believe, at least in the short-term, is a safe haven, just like the kurds have really had a safe haven and protected themselves against people who would not -- who would wish they were not there. well, the christians right now, in their home land, where they have been for 1800 years, need a safe haven. not just an air strike here or there to stop the militants as they're advancing now. that's a huge commitment. >> we know you're not a military strategist. what should the united states
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response be in this situation? >> well, they should come up with a philosophy of governance. whether or not the united states of america believes that if they have the power to stop genocide, they will. >> but we don't want to act on behalf of christians. you saw the clinton administration act on behalf of muslims, right, bosnia, in the '90s. you see this white house issuing press releases about persecuting groups in africa. but nobody wants to say christians are being persecuted, we're going to help them. why is that? >> i'm not going to make a judgment of his intentions. i think we should be color blind, religious blind when it comes to genocide. we have to decide if genocide is worth stopping, well, we're not going to wait until social media, and this is what is happening, thank god it has done it, social media has pushed the governance of the united states of america to act now. way too late. but it has done that. now we have to decide what is our philosophy of governance, will we stand and watch genocide
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happen and that is happening right now. my twitter is @followjonathan. i had so many christians on there right now who are saying we have to create a safe haven. and our government needs to decide are we willing to do it? if so, and this is the most important question, why? >> could it be in kurdistan, do you think? >> it is very possible. why? because there is protection there. they have a whole history of protecting themselves against insurgents, against radical. i would love all the radicals, all the extremists to convert and to say we were wrong. if pope francis is saying we must protect them and he's not saying how. it is up to politicians to decide how. unfortunately sometimes you have to use force in order to stop people who are decided that they will kill you. >> and in order to get these politicians to move and act on this, is it up to us, is it up to christians. don't hit snooze on the snooze alarm. go to church. listen to your pastor hopefully
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from the pulpit in their sermon. they're going to be rallying christians to do the very thing, raising about this. >> absolutely. we have to pray, first of all, in my opinion. we have to pray. pray. i believe in the power of grace and the power of god. secondly, we need to get up and talk about it. we need to be on social media. we need to call our senators. we have to say, president obama, if it is worth sending air strikes in, is it worth actually deciding that you're going to do that for the sake of protection? not just politics. and i hope he's willing to do it. do i want another war in iraq? absolutely not. but we are right now in a war in iraq. when you send bombs, you're in a war. >> good point. father jonathan morris, great to see you this morning. thank you, father. coming up on the show, should parents teach their kids about gun safety or leave them in the dark? you'll meet the families on both sides of this heated debate coming up. a young boy nearly drowns swimming in the ocean. thanks to a quick thinking
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10-year-old girl he's alive this morning. the hero of that story joins us live next.
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. hey, everybody, happy sunday, thanks for being with us at fox and friends. 53 minutes past the top of the hour. corre collette crooks was playing on the beach and she rescued a
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little boy floating in the ocean. good morning, collette, thanks for being with us, sweetheart. you met cash, he's a 4-year-old little boy and you guys are just kind of playing on the beach together, playing on the sand and in the water, how did you meet him and what was life like at the beach that day. >> it was a really sunny day, it was really pretty. and me and my friend -- we were collecting hermit crabs and we made a little pool for him. jack is little cash's cousin and cash is 4 years old. flay came over to us and we started playing and we looked for more hermit crabs. >> you looked over and you saw little cash floating in the water, what did he look like and how did you know there was something wrong?
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>> when i looked at his eyes, he was under water and they were open and he wasn't breathing and his face was really dark blue and covered in an inch thick of white foam coming out of his nose and mouth. and my instinct was just to pick him up and bring him to the stand. >> how did you save him? and what happened from there, he ended up coughing up water and was oak. how did you know what to do. >> we gave him to my mom and my mom put him on the stand. and people were starting to talk about giving him cpr. but he didn't need anything, because he started breathing after about five minutes. and after a while, he did start coughing up water, there was still a lot of foam and his face was still dark blue. but he was breathing after that. >> is cash okay this morning, collette? >> yes. >> and have you made a friend
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forever out of this incident. >> yeah, i hope i can see him again, he's a really sweet boy. >> did he mom or dad say anything to you or any of his family members thanking you for what you did? >> they didn't say anything. >> your mom must be really proud of you this morning and our viewers are. we're certainly happy to have you on fox and friends. have a great day. 56 minutes after the hour. breaking overnight, terror on the racetrack, racing legend tony stewart's dirt track car hits and kills another driver approaching him on the track, that driver now dead. we are live from the racetrack where he is set to race today. today. plus, it's a photo session this couple will never forget. he literally saw sparks by -- check this out. each year, 95% of homeowners won't have a claim.
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hello and good morning. breaki in ing overnight, terror the track. tony stewart's race car hits another driver and that driver now dead. >> the u.s. just conducted a fourth round of air strikes against the terror group isis in iraq. these extremists have goals that go far beyond the middle east. we'll tell you the sinister plans coming up. plus an engagement photo session heating up, but not from the soon to be bride and groom. mother nature making the sparks fly on that one.
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could it be ominous? fox and friends hour four starts right now. >> it's my favorite time of year, do you guys do something special this time of year? >> it's like a holiday at our house. we go on vacation for an entire week. >> to brat, we have gone farther that were anything else. we have actual sparks on our fox and friends set this morning. >> there's a rolex watch at the bottom of that tank, can we get it? >> we're going to be busting some myths or we're going to be testing, facts and fiction. can sharks really smell a drop of blood from a mile away? >> and can they fly through the air like sharknado.
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i want the answer to that. we begin with a fox news alert. tragedy at the track. a shocking death, a race car driver is dead in new york after being hit by a car driven by nascar champion tony stewart. >> 20-year-old driver kevin ward jr. and then he was truck by tony stewart's car. >> the race crew on the track shortly after the accident. police say the investigation is not currently a criminal matter. according to stewart's manager, he will be participated in a scheduled nascar event later today, despite the deadly event, nascar insider bob dilner. bob, from what you're hearing, i understand tony stewart is still set to get behind the wheel and
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race today? >> yes, he is. he's actually here this morning inside his motor home. as he prepares that car, as soon as the -- the team had a little meeting to go over what did happen and to talk about what they need to accomplish here today, which is basically to preware that race car, about five or six minutes of that -- preparing it for tony stewart to race today. >> get us in the mind set of that team this morning, after killing this guy on the track last night. we know that he is trying to win the nascar championship. is that the mindset that if they bow out of today's race, they probably don't stand a chance of winning the championship. is that what's going through their mind at this hour ". >> i'm not exactly sure what's
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going through their mind, but they do have a job to do and that's what they're trying to do today. everything in the garage area is just shocked by what happened last night. but as far as the team goes, they all get paid to prepare a race and that's what they are doing. we don't know if tony stewart will make a comment. we do know that nascar made a statement saying they could not preclude tony stewart from racing today because this is not criminal. >> that is really surprising news. and thank you for bringing it to us. now, some people including friends of kevin ward who was killed are alleging that this was an intentional act, the two of them got into an altercation on the track and that tony
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stewart hit him on purpose. what is your response to that? >> it's my opinion working in motorsports for a long time. last night's event was a minor event. knowing tony stewart, i do not believe there was any intent whatsoever. basically what he was doing last night, obviously, he probably say ward coming across the racetrack and if you have something coming at you, your first instichkt. i do believe that's what the intend was for tony stewart and he was coming over to confront tony stewart. >> that makes sense. >> thanks for your insights, i
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appreciate it. >> thank you very much. all right, we have got another fox news alert this morning. the u.s. launching four air strikes on islamic militants in iraq, those militants are still progressing in an attempt to take over the country of iraq. >> good morning, doug, what can you tell us? >> these air strikes may end up being just kind of minor set backs for isis which seems to be getting more and more momentum. they are taking out isis targets who are said to be threatening an iraqi religious minority group. the u.s. is also air dropping food and water to help them survive and president obama is making it clear that this stepped up involvement in iraq could be a long term deal. >> i don't think we're going to solve this problem in weeks, if that's what you mean, i think this is going to take some time. you know, the iraqi security
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forces, in order to mount an offensive and be able to operate effectively with the support of populations in sunni areas. >> and isis remains on the move. the president has ruled out the use of u.s. come bat forces on the ground to take them on. >> even without boots on the ground, you've got to be definitive, you're out to defeat their command and control. third, it has to be very, very overwhelming. if it were up to me, i would be using b-52s in addition to the faa teams. >> the president is looking at a very limited mission here to prote protect the people in iraq. and for some other stories
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making headlines this suchbnday morning, we'll tell you about this. hundreds of passengers from jetblue, safely landed in new york city. the engine for the first plane they were on caught fire just minutes before taking off. everybody on board was forced to use the emergency slides to evacuate. three people were hurt during that evacuation. the cause of the fire is under investigation. a 17-year-old boy is under arrest this morning accused of murdering 6-year-old jan niece wright. she was found dead in the woods near her washington state home. the unnamed suspect lived in the same mobile home park as janice. a 9-year-old girl was bitten by a shark. this is the third shark bit in
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the last week on cocoa beach. >> i was here, she was here. i was right next to her. >> it was scary, that could have been me. >> rescuers saying the girl was very brave and is expected to be just fine. and check this out, mother nature providing the perfect backdrop for a couple's engagement photo shoot. look at this, the photographer snapping a shot the moment the lightning strikes, forgetting the perfect picture, the three ran out of there, saying the storm was getting a little too close for comfort. you think? >> then they ruined the photo by putting a water mark right in the middle of his photo. >> yeah, he did, that's a good point. >> the image of a photographer's art and means of making a living, water marks in thecomp corners get cropped. >> that could have been very poorly too. hey, rick. >> hey, guys, how are you?
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beautiful day outside right now, in fact the northeast is going to enjoy another spectacular day. we are going to be dealing with hurricane julio, actually not dealing with it. and that's the good news, hawaii had some concerns that this hurricane would hit just after iselle, not the case, it is to the north of the island, and you can see kind of the wind forecast of this. not impacting hawaii at all. the surfers are going to do something crazy with that. over the next couple of days, we are going to see quite a bit of rain across a lot of country, in fact much of the southeast across the carolinas, tomorrow get ready across the ohio valleys. but tuesday, it all moves in towards the northeast. it's still hot down across parts of texas. but that's about the only spot that is dealing with extreme heat. the rest of the country, very, very cool for this time of year, going into wednesday, 66 in
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buffalo, and 60s across much of new england, during the day on thursday, up into the 70s. so overall, not bad. >> thanks, rick. do you guys grow up, when you were growing up afternoon the family table, did you guys have different together on a regular basis? >> you say grace, you turn off the tv. it's not happening so much anymore. >> no, it's dying. a new study out this week, shocking statistics about the way that 60% or americans admitted to eating alone for breakfast, 55% at lunch and 32% alone at dinner. >> people meals are dying because the family is dying. the elites decided that the patriarchy was evil and needed to be destroyed and this is the fruits of it. by the way, it's fine when you're rich and single and whatever, but it's terrible for
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kids. >> the seepage of gadgets into our life. >> the family doesn't exist in the way that you grew up with it. mom, dad, biological parents, dad sitting around the table, that's not the modern american family. it's depressing and it's bad for kids not to have a dad in the home. >> it's even worse for kids not to be able to have denver conversations or breakfast or lunch conversations, we know that the conversations that unfold around these food tables can increase the likelihood that your child will be successful in life. >> a lot of people are just staying single longer, so they're not starting families earlier, so they're not going to be having family meals together. which is not necessarily a problem. and me, i fit that bill. i don't see an issue. in fact the other thing is -- what, is that a problem? >> no, you just announced you're single to the camera. >> you know what's coming up after that. >> yes, there's a problem with gadgets, but a lot of families that are two parent household
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with kids, the mom is forced to work too, because we are a society that wants a lot more. we consume so much, we need two cell phones, we need a land line, we don't just need television, we need all the channels with the dvr. we don't just need one pair of shoes, we need ten pair of shoes. >> it's hard to believe that parents have to be told they should have meals together with their kids and phones, computers itself should be turned off. makes me wonder why all parents do not already know that on their own. this is from cmcl, invest in one's family and the dividend is priceless. say a prayer before the meal too, much worth is gained through family meal times. >> coming up, he says our president thinks politically, not strategically, how did we get here? and what needs to be done in iraq.
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american fighter jets conducting four more air strikes on islamic militants in iraq, taking on islamic personnel carriers that were fighting civilians. but is it enough to stop a terror group that says it's goal is to fly their flag above the white house. joining us to discuss is lieutenant colonel ralph pearce, is this enough? >> i'm glad that president obama is doing something, however belatedly, however small. these air strikes while they're helping the -- they're helping locally. there is nothing we're doing to stem the strategic tide, the strategic offensive islamist state has launched. and it is terrifying. and tucker, president obama always wants to get off on the
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cheap. he wants to do the minimum. and by doing the minimum in this case, the bare minimum, he sacrificed one of the great advantages military men have when they go to war or into a conflict. and that's surprise. if we were going to take on islamic state, and we're in it now, even with these few air strikes, you needed to hit them really, really hard and really fast and in depth. now with these pin prick air strikes, we have essentially warned them, gets under cover, disburse their vehicles, itself, that said, it's good that the president's doing something, to stop the threat, not only to iraq and syria, but to the united states and the world. it is a new kind of threat, tucker. >> so his actions suggest, that the president maybe, while concerned, doesn't really take isis seriously as a threat to the united states. should he? what are these guys and are they
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credible? >> terminology confuses us. they're called the islamic state, formerly i skrks is. but this has gone beyond islam, this is a new apocalyptic death cull. periods of cruelty, but at no time in the history of islam have they celebrated mass executions of unbelievers, even fellow muslims who don't measure up. the closest historic parallel to what we are seeing with with the islamic states, is thes a techs, the brace of this -- the astechs actually destroyed burns and manuscripts, but above all, slaughter s christians, other mine norths, shiia muslims and sunni muslims who don't measure
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up. this is a blood couple. and tucker, the liberal intelligence of which obama is the chief representative, the people that read the new yorker cartoons and think they're strategy squllists, i can tell i have tried to drive home to these people, the most addictive substance on earth is human blood. and islamic state is addicted to human blood, to these mass sacrifices. god, even the nazis didn't film public beheadings and broadcast them. this is stunning, it's something new, and we are doing virtualry nothing to stop it. it is a threat to america, it's a threat to the world, and again, it's beyond islamist, beyond any religion, it is a blood couple, a death cult. >> that's the most evocative description of have heard ever, of what these people do, i'm mesmerized and horrified. i appreciate you coming on this
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morning, with that perspective. >> up next, should parents teach their kids about gun safety or leave them in the dark. you'll meet families on both sides of this debate, that's coming up. plus, it's shark week, you knew that, we have real sharks on the plaza, stick around, no other show has real sharks, but we do. so what's this?
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24 minutes after the hour, let's get up, let's get moving, some quick international headlines, moments ago, the palestinian delegation in cairo, accepting a new proposal for a new 72-hour cease fire, israelis however have not. they walked through negotiations after hamas resumed rocket strikes on israel. at least 48 people were inside an aircraft when it hit the ground, going up into
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flames, this is all that's left of the passenger jet you see here, it reportedly crashed down just moments after takeoff. heart ache in a small oklahoma town this week after an accident so tragic even the local police chief had a hard time holding back tears. >> the young lady was searching or looking around, found the weapon, was pulling it out of the drawer and the gun discharged as she was pulling it out of the drawer. >> a after finding her father's gun. so when it comes to educating our children about guns, where do you fall on this today? is it a hands off policy is that the way to go? we're about to talk to two families, one from each side of the debate. dan roberts with his daughter cheyenne and collette martin with her son, shane. you think it's extremely shortsighted for a family not to expose their children to guns at
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an early age, why do you say that? >> as an instructor, i was an instructor before cheyenne was born, i absolutely am certain that one of the biggest things you can do is to remove that curiosity factor. i'm not suggesting that every child or every family should take it to the level that cheyenne has a competitive shooter has, but if you remove the curiosity factor, you cut down or eliminate the chance-accidents. >> you're on the cover of jr. shooters magazine? how old were you when your father started teaching you about guns? >> i was about 5 when i started. >> were you scared then? >> no. >> what about you collette and your son. why not, i mean i come down on the side of knowledge is power, just about anything, and educating our kids on any subject matter is porveimportan. where do you fall on this debate? what information do you want to
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give your son? how important do you think it is. as a gun owning family as well. we have a huge responsibility to teach our children, and i say that also to nongun owning families, when you look at the amount of accidents that are happening across the country, we can't go a day without a child happening on an unsecured gun. so clearly we have a problem in this country with that. i believe in education, i believe in information, i believe in teaching him gun safety which has already started at the age of 5. what i am not a fan of, is indoctrination and i think there's a difference. >> what do you mean by that? what do you mean by indoctrination? >> we are gun owners, my husband was a hunter, he was raised with guns. i just don't feel that at 5, as you look at him, you can see, this is 5, this fidgets and the
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attention span and i don't think it's an appropriate age for my family to start educating him in the handling of a gun at age 5. education is important. you take owiyoga too. >> he's 5, you were 5 when you started. indoctrination, do you think that's what you were doing? >> not at all. in fact i'm glad you brought that up, because a lot of people forget that up through about the 1970s, firearm safety and
education was pretty much standard curriculum in elementary schools throughout the country. and we did not have the accidents or the school shootings that we have seen in the last 20 years in this country. so i am firmly on your side that you brought up is, education is power, if you teach them, then there's not going to be that curiosity factor what does this do, and that's going to cut down on the accidents. >> what do your friends think about you being on the cover of a magazine? >> they think it's cool. >> we love to hear how ow r our
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u viewers fall on this very debate. you can e-mail us at fox news.com. clayton morris and have a discussion about it. coming up on the show, developing at this hour a frantic search currently under way about a missing medical students. what his parents are saying about his mysterious disappearance. >> it's a s'more you can drink. we're celebrating national s'more's day with a martini. stick around and find out how you can make this recipe and more and s'more at home. geo's been helping people save money for over 75 years. they've really stood the test of time. much like these majestic rocky mountains. which must be named after the... that would be rocky the flying squirrel, mr. gecko sir. obviously! ahh come on bullwinkle, they're named after...
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forehead. >> he loved it. >> that was a vampiric butterfly. >> that video going viral, by the way. >> welcome to fox and friends, hour 5 1/2. >> more martinis are next. but first we do have some headlines we need to get right to. a desperate search under way for a missing university of southern california med coical student. detectives say that derick adam seehaasen was taken from -- he's described as being a minute to ming type of person who was always on time. they say his disappearance is out of character. texas governor rick perry hitting the heart land, taking a shot at president obama and his lack of action on immigration. >> the message to washington, the message to the president of
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the united states, is clear. if you will not secure the border of our country, then the state of texas will. >> governor perry speaking at the family leadership summit in iowa. perry railed against the president saying he's done nothing to fix the boarder crisis and touted his own decision to send national guard troops to secure the border. and texas may start allowing alcoholic beverages shows. the show can't allow live munitions. and a 10-year-old being hailed as a hero. collette crooks saved a little boy's life on the beach of massachusetts. she saw cash floating face up.
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collette joined us earlier on fox and friends to talk about the brave rescue. >> he wasn't breathing and hiss facing was really dark blue and covered in that inch thick of white foam coming out of his nose and mouth. and my instinct was just to pick him up and bring him on the sand. >> cash's grandmother says he's doing just fine. he is now at home resting up. that little girl was so adorable talking to us. >> she's so impressive. she's more articulate than i am. >> we were playing together, i was catching hermit crabs, 100 to be exact. >> i was just talking to these people, they say we're the biggest fans, we never turn off the channel. i said which show? we're very glad you're here. take a look at the weather map, temperature-wise today, a good start to your morning across almost all the country, it is still warm across the south.
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in fact, dallas you have an excessive heat advisory today and tomorrow. take a look at your forecast across the northeast. you'll see almost everybody, 70s, 80s, maybe a popup shower. down to the southeast, it's still very humid, you know that and then the day heats up and it gets some of those spotty thunderstorms firing, but it continues across texas. up in towards the northern plains, we have had this rain this morning. that will eventually end as a little bit of the cold front moves through and that's going to drop our temps down quite a bit. and out across the west, really warming up again in the pacific northwest, continuing to see that fire danger all week long. and oregon. we're going to go from that to s'mores. it is national s'mores day and why s'mores may consist of very special ingredients. we're getting very creative in
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adding some special twists to your camp fire favorites. joining us is lifestyle and entertainment expert. this is all looking awesome. >> yep. so a little bit different than a -- first we're going to make s'mores pops, so we're going to give you one, you put some marshmallow on a popsicle stick. you can use a crock possibility or you can get one of those chocolate melters, then you dip into graham cracker. and that's it. >> that makes perfect sense. >> you want to put it on parchment paper just to cool down for a second. >> go on. >> next we have s'more's cookies. they're kind of difficult. because you want that gooey inside. you found this on the refrigerator aisle. they're pillsburies s'more's sensation. it comes with a chocolate drizzle. you take them off the sheet and
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you bake them and when you're done, you just put icing on it. here we have s'mores nachos. but it's a different take on nach nachos. here we have stacy's cinnamon peta chips on the bottom. chocolate on top and then minimarshmallows. you want to bake it for about five minutes so the s'mores, the marshmallows get nice and crispy. i couldn't stop eating these last night. >> it's like i'm camping right now. >> we have a mock dale and a cocktail. we have taken some marshmallow fluff, we have rimmed the glass with it. for the mock tail, we have chocolate milk, and for the cocktail, we have chocolate milk and we have marsh -- you can also if you wanted to, if you
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wanted something that was a little bit of a martini. that doesn't have any alcohol in it. >> we're not camping with this. but we're actually not camping right now. need more sauce, you're awesome as always. on twitter, she's just at leemore. >> of course she is. >> there's no other leemore out there. >> we have an over under how many pounds will rick gain by september. we had a doughnut cheese cake this morning a s'more brownie treat, plus a s'more martini. >> and a cocktail at 9:40 in the morning. >> one more s'more pop. coming up, speaking of how the mighty have fallen, barbie's had a lot of jobs, but this one may have landed her in jail, we'll show you what she's been up to in a bizarre bust next. we have got sharks on the
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edecoys, blank boxes carrying $5 million worth of pot. where's ken? and the results are in, americans are fed up with the president and with the economy. those two facts may be tied together a new poll shows six in ten americans dissatisfied the economy, more than 70% believe the country is headed in the wrong direction. >> so what these numbers mean about the state of our economy. here's to discuss the host of sunday morning futures, maria bartiromo. do you feel like the cities economic policies are good or bad for job growth. >> they have not been prioritizing job growth. businesses really need an environment where they are going to be able to outlay money, outlay opportunities for people and that hasn't been the priority. if it was the priority, we would have seen keystone paths, we would have seen a lot of other things which are actually the low hanging fruit on the job. i think that's part of the poll, there was a debate on wall
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street this week, and people were saying, well, it's the after effects of the financial crisis 15 years ago. it's hard to make that claim today. these things really do last a long time. >> i wonder why. if you look at the polls, the job numbers track pretty precisely with presidential approval rating, why wouldn't the president make job creation his number one priority? >> i think he has a different priority, he has the priority of ensuring that the lower end of the income scale has money has stuff that they can, you know, benefits that they will feel a little alleviated, rather than giving them opportunities to work. >> rights, cutting regulation or enabling a business environment. 70% think the country is headed in the wrong direction, what is the thing that makes them feel that way? is it that they are out of work? is it that they don't see upward mobility for their family? what is it. >> i think it's a couple of
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things, number one, yes on jobs, if you are worried that you will loses your job, your neighbor will lose their job, you're worried about jobs, it keeps you in a stand still mode, in terms of not spending, not making long-term commitments. the same thing with business, if you're unclear about policies, about where your tax rates will be, what agency is overseeing you and what fees that includes, you're going to sit on cash. and you're going to wait until things get better, so i do think it's regulations, i was talking to alex sanchez, he's the head of the florida -- from dodd frank to epa to the affordable care act, to the fees arrange obama care, all of these things collectively have kept the banks in stand still mode, not investing in people and not hiring. i think it's jobs, and i think it's just the idea that we're not seeing much growth, you know, we had 4% gdp last quarter, but that was on top of
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the 2.1% contraction. again open questions, uncertainty and questions over jobs. alex sanchez is going to be on the show, who else? >> alex sanchez, we're also getting an overseas military report guard from jack keen, four-star general on the ground and one of the ark teblchitects terms of iraq and the surge and what this means in termses of u.s.'s involvement in iraq today. >> that's about 12 minutes away, do you want to stick around to see some sharks, because it is shark week. >> you deal whith sharks on a different basis on wall street. >> it is shark week and we're going to take our very own bite out of it. rick's sticking his hand in a large shark tank. up next in the plaza, we're going to break some of these myths about sharks when we come back.
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welcome back, this is something you can really sink your teeth into, to honor shark week, we have sharks here on the plaza. >> senior biologist from the adventure aquarium. >> today we brought two smaller speechies of carpet sharks, these can be found in our touch of shark exhibit. they're carpet sharks. >> when we think of sharks, we think of jaws, we think shark teeth, danger. you say it's perfectly safe to put our hand in here.
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how much species are sharks are there? >> there's over 400 described species of sharks and there's new specieccies being discoverel the day. you guys are more than welcome to stick your hand in there, roll up the sleeves. >> we like to break down a lot of myths on this show, to we want to have you, test us, walk us through some of the common shark myths. i want to put on the screen, everyone here who's on the plaza, you can play along and vote with us. here's a good one, sharks have no bones, fact or fiction? >> that sounds like a fact to me. >> fact or fiction? >> fact. so we have someone voting for fiction over here. what's the answer? >> it's actually fiction, we have bones and they are made of cartila cartilage, which is just like our nose.
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>> i just turned 63, you would never know. >> a single drop of blood in the ocean can be sensed by sharks is that true. >> what do you guys think? >> yes in true? of course it's true. >> it's actually fiction. sharks have really great senses, but this is actually kind of hyped up by the media and by films, so it's actually fiction. >> so how far away would a shark need to be, if i cut my thinger? >> let me put it to you this way? i get into an exhibit filled with 30 sharks every week. i bust my knuckles sometimes, i bleed, no one ever pays attention to me in there. >> the next one is sharks can sense distressed fish, i think that's right, right? >> i would think so. >> right, and do you guys know how? >> they're the ones riding on a
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surf board. they're the ones scared running the opposite direction? >> sharks actually can pick up on the electrical waves that distressed fish can give off. they are electrical reskep fors all over their faces. if you look at these guys, they have little black dots all over their face and that's actually their electrorestep fors. >> humans giving off stress and anxiety, it actually wears off on other people. >> the next one is sharks need to eat all the time. >> fact or fiction, do sharks need to eat all the time? >> i think they can go for a week or something without eating. >> they do not need to eat all the time. out in the wild, sharks need to eat once a week. we feed our sharks at adventure acquiquarium three times a week. >> some sharks, aren't they always on the prowl, some species? >> yes, they are. but they don't have to eat all the time.
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they're opportunistic eaters. >> what do you feed them. >> we feed them all restaurant grade food, so they eat herring, mackerel. so they eat better than half the staff. >> what about the myth or maybe not a myth, that they have to constantly keep swimming otherwise they do. >> it depends on the species. >> we'll be right back, more fox and friends coming right up. >> shark week.
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stay tuned, temperature we'll have the very latest on the tony stewart saga. and secret service agents
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revealing secrets from our presidents. and it's national bowling day, we're. more sharks, you never know what's going to happen. rick is going to stick his hands into the shark tank, so stay tuned for that. the u.s. military back in iraq. good morning, everyone. i'm maria bartiromo. this is sunday morning futures. northern iraq where isis has created a humanitarian crisis among christians and other minorities. but the president insisting we will not put troops back on the ground, what impacted can this mission have? another shaky cease fire today, but talks are still in question. and israel's economy seems to flourish no matter how it's assaulted. how is this possible? are there